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Work in Progress: The Latest From the Front Lines of Literature
" a compendium of original works, exclusive excerpts, and interviews with authors from Farrar, Straus and Giroux. First printed in 1992 as a newsletter, these are the stories behind the books. Now we send an email every week with new essays, upcoming events, our favorite tweets, and a curated selection of pieces we’ve been reading from around the web. Sometimes we even have sweepstakes and the occasional quiz."
My America Exhibit from the American Writer's Museum. Honoring Immigrant and Refugee Experience. They asked writers to talk about why they became a writer, whether it was something in their childhood or they came to it later in life.
"Fiction Unbound is a space to celebrate and explore great writing in speculative fiction—a space where genre and “the Western canon” mean nothing next to story, imagination, and quality. Do you like elves and aliens, but also good sentences? Do you love big novels, but can’t stand to read another searing, humane chronicle of a marriage in crisis? Welcome. You’re among friends."
World Oral Literature Project Online Collections
Video recordings. "For many communities around the world, the transmission of oral literature from one generation to the next lies at the heart of cultural practice. Performances of creative works of verbal art - which include ritual texts, curative chants, epic poems, musical genres, folk tales, creation tales, songs, myths, legends, word games, life histories or historical narratives - are increasingly endangered."
links visitors to poems, readings, interviews, essays, blog posts, lesson plans, and articles available from The Poetry Foundation, The Academy of American Poets, The Writer's Almanac, Poetry Out Loud, Poetry 180, and similar sites
No Good Poetry Podcast
These podcasts explore the practice and craft of poetry (since March 2017). They are geared toward adults, run about an hour in length and can be streamed via platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, and this link.
From the Academy of American Poets, Poem-a-Day "is the original and only daily digital poetry series featuring over 2500 new, previously unpublished poems by today's talented poets each year." The archives is searchable by occasion, theme and form.